what book are you?

so, my results on this little quiz sure are less than flattering. but in a spirit of honesty and fun, i’ll go ahead and post it!

“what book are you?” quiz



You’re Cat’s Cradle!
by Kurt Vonnegut
You believe quite firmly that free will deserted you long ago and far
away. As a result, it’s hard to take responsibility for anything. Even though you show
great potential as a leader of a small 3rd world country, the choices are all made ahead
of time. You’re rather fond of games involving string. Your fear of nuclear weaponry is
trumped only by your fear of ice.


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12 thoughts on “what book are you?”

  1. Look at the bright side – you’ve got at least 4 or 5 facebook status update phrases you can use. I particularly like the nuclear weaponry / ice combination. That may explain your living in sd!

  2. cool. I’m Watership Down. My first thought was ‘that’s not me!’ then I read the description “You’re Watership Down!
    by Richard Adams
    Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you’re actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You’d be recognized as such if you weren’t always talking about talking rabbits.” not bad!

  3. You’re Watership Down!
    by Richard Adams
    Though many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you’re actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything from how they think to where they build their houses. You might be one of the greatest people of all time. You’d be recognized as such if you weren’t always talking about talking rabbits.

    Wow…

  4. Just when I started to think I was one of the “greatest people of all time” due to my being “Watership Down,” I found out that everyone else seems to be that great too.

    What’s the deal? I guess everyone likes cold weather.

  5. Umm, I’m “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

    Like Odysseus in a work of Homer, you demonstrate undying loyalty by
    sleeping with as many people as you possibly can. But in your heart you never give
    consent! This creates a strange quandary of what love really means to you. On the
    one hand, you’ve loved the same person your whole life, but on the other, your actions
    barely speak to this fact. Whatever you do, stick to bottled water. The other stuff
    could get you killed.

    Ummm, Ok?

  6. You’re The Hobbit!
    by J.R.R. Tolkien

    All you wanted was a nice cup of tea when some haggard crazy old man came into your life and told you it was time to do something with yourself. Now you’re all conflicted about whether to stick with your stay-at-home lifestyle or follow this crazy person into the wild. While you’re very short and a little furry, you seem to be surrounded by an even greater quantity of short folks lately. Try not to lose your ring, but keep its value in perspective!

    I’m not sure how I feel about this…I’m tall and not too furry! :) Pretty funny though.

  7. I’d like to read my book, but it really doesn’t sound like me. Wait – did I just prove they picked the right one?

    You’re Siddhartha! by Hermann Hesse
    You simply don’t know what to believe, but you’re willing to try anything once. Western values, Eastern values, hedonism and minimalism, you’ve spent some time in every camp. But you still don’t have any idea what camp you belong in. This makes you an individualist of the highest order, but also really lonely. It’s time to chill out under a tree. And realize that at least you believe in ferries.

  8. Compassion Fatigue!
    by Susan Moeller
    You used to care, but now it’s just getting too difficult. You cared about the plight of people in lands near and far, but now the media has bombarded you with images of suffering to the point that you just don’t have the energy to go on. You’ve become cold and heartless, as though you’d lived in New York City for a year or so. But you stand as a serious example to all others that they should turn off their TV sets and start caring again.

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